How to Declutter a House for Sale

Tuesday, September 6th, 2022

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Putting your house on the market is an exciting experience, especially since St. Louis is a seller’s market. This means your home is a hot commodity. Buyers look for spacious, organized, and clean homes. You’ll want all areas of your home, big and small, clean and organized. Focus on clearing out and refining each area so you can sell to the highest bidder.

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The real estate market is still hot, and now, interest rates are going up again. It is more important than ever for those looking at homes to have a substantial down payment ready. (This is particularly true for new home buyers who won’t have proceeds from a house sale to start with.) Not only will this lessen the amount a buyer needs to borrow, but a good down payment makes buyers more attractive to lenders. 

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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Select Properties is excited to announce the development of its tenth office in the St. Louis region. This latest addition to our list of local offices is within the city limits in the heart of historic Benton Park. Embracing the look and feel of the neighborhood, we have renovated the building at 1924 Pestalozzi Street while maintaining its original charm and the recognizable architecture specific to St. Louis.

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There are a number of reasons why a homeowner might decide they don’t need a real estate agent to sell their house. And a home that is “for sale by owner” is not necessarily a cause for concern for a buyer. The experience can, however, be different than a traditional sale where both parties are represented by agents. 

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Figuring out where to live in St. Louis can be complicated, especially for newcomers. It is hard for some to wrap their head around the fact that the city itself is small (with a population of about 300,000) but has 79 distinct neighborhoods, each with its own vibe and name. Just outside the city limits, more than 2 million people live in 100 different municipalities spanning several counties and 2 states—all of which are sometimes referred to as the Greater St. Louis region. 

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